Divorce, Bankruptcy & Lies! 'Celeb Big Brother 2' Cast's Secrets & Scandals Exposed

See the trainwreck lives of the stars on the CBS reality show!

Celebrity Big Brother 2 Cast Secrets And Scandals
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Divorce, Bankruptcy & Lies! 'Celeb Big Brother 2' Cast's Secrets & Scandals Exposed

See the trainwreck lives of the stars on the CBS reality show!

Celebrity Big Brother 2 Cast Secrets And Scandals
Photo Credit: Getty Images (4)
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The cast members of Celebrity Big Brother 2 went through many troubled times before becoming reality TV house guests.

With Julie Chen-Moonves presiding as host, the stars on the CBS reality show that premiered on Monday, January 21 include Mean Girls actor Jonathan Bennett, Tamar Braxton, The Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s Kandi Burruss, comedian Tom Green, hurdler Lolo Jones, Kato Kaelin, actor Joey Lawrence, swimmer Ryan Lochte, Lindsay‘s momager Dina Lohan, WWE star Natalie Eva Marie and football player Ricky Williams. President Donald Trump‘s former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci became the first celebrity to leave the TV house on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.

As RadarOnline.com readers know, Burruss has suffered business troubles and sex woes with her husband, while singer Tamar Braxton is now going through a messy divorce from her spouse, Vincent Herbert.

Comedian Green has had a sad romantic past, as his marriage to Drew Barrymore ended after a little more than a year.

As Radar has extensively reported, Chen-Moonves has stood by her husband Les Moonves after he was ousted from his CBS chief job after for sexual harassment claims.

Lindsay Lohan‘s broke mom Dina and former Blossom star Joey Lawrence have gone through bankruptcy, and Lochte was disgraced for lying during the 2016 Olympics.

Scroll through Radar’s gallery for more on the secrets and scandals of Big Brother: Celebrity Edition‘s cast!

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